Posts Tagged ‘ Statistics and Computing ’

Approximate Bayesian computational methods on-line

October 25, 2011
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Approximate Bayesian computational methods on-line

Fig. 4 – Boxplots of the evolution of ABC approximations to the Bayes factor. The representation is made in terms of frequencies of visits to models MA(1) and MA(2) during an ABC simulation when ε corresponds to the 10,1,.1,.01% quantiles on the simulated autocovariance distances. The data is a time

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Statistics and Computing and ABC

February 23, 2011
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Statistics and Computing and ABC

Statistics and Computing has received several papers on ABC and plans to make a special ABC issue out of these. All submissions prior to June 2011 that will be accepted will be published in this special issue. The special issue is identified as an article type on the on-line page. In case of questions or

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a survey on ABC

January 6, 2011
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a survey on ABC

With Jean-Michel Marin, Pierre Pudlo and Robin Ryder, we just completed a survey on the ABC methodology. It is now both arXived and submitted to Statistics and Computing. Rather interestingly, our first draft was written in Jean-Michel’s office in Montpelier by collating the ‘Og posts surveying new ABC papers! (Interestingly because this means that my

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